Lounge out in the yummiest way possible, with the Hot Dog and Hamburger Couch.
What’s better than an occasional wiener? Well, a daily wiener, of course. What’s even better is, if said sausage was used to recreate famous works of art and pop culture characters.
The Daily Wiener is a fun food art series by pastry chef Erik Vernieuwe. The main subject, most often a hot dog, is made to look like superheroes, movie stars, and other well-known works of art. See more below and follow the project here.
What a time to be alive. No longer will we have to decide between a hamburger or hot dog, or take up valuable real estate on our plate for both. The Hamdog is here.
The hamburger-hot dog bun is the invention of genius and legend of our time, Mark Murray. Once laughed at by the entrepreneurs on Shark Tank Australia, it is Murray who gets the last laugh, as the Hamdog is now patented.
Find out more about getting your hands on one, and licensing, on Hamdog’s Facebook.
In a world of princesses, dare to be a hot dog. That’s the philosophy of five-year-old dancer and rebel, Ainsley.
When her dance class was asked to dress appropriately for “Princess Week,” young Ainsley expressed her individuality by showing up as a frankfurter.
Obviously, Ainsley’s free spirit has taken the internet by storm, and has taught us all a valuable lesson… Be a hot dog.
Always be yourself.?❤️ pic.twitter.com/NVCr6CMwmI
— Holly Springs Dance (@marilynhssod) June 4, 2016
In what could best be described as, “brilliant illustrations that toy with our fragile minds,” artist Howard Lee creates photorealistic illustrations of various foods and candy next to the real version.
The fun part of the project is trying to figure out which one is fake, before Lee reveals it… very often messily. Check out a few and play along. Winner gets bragging rights.